Is there any difference between what Hillary Clinton did and what Gov. Bentley did?


Hillary Clinton created a “homebrew” e-mail server to avoid oversight from Congress and the press. Period.

Gov. Robert Bentley bought $1,700+ worth of “burner” cellphones and minutes to avoid oversight from the press. Period.

Bentley’s principal campaign committee spent the $1,732.68 on June 2, stating in a campaign finance filing that the money was used for “reimbursement for cell phones and prepaid wireless purchased at Best Buy on 05/09/15 and 05/30/15.”

Look no further than this piece from, it shows three text message between the two

Anyone believe this is the only stuff these two exchanged?

The fired ALEA head, Spencer Collier, does not

Spencer Collier, head of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency until he was fired today, said this afternoon he has seen and investigated text messages and audio recordings “of a sexual nature” between Gov. Robert Bentley and his chief advisor, Rebekah Caldwell Mason.

It is the first on-the-record confirmation of a long-rumored affair from someone claiming personal knowledge of what took place, though people close to the governor argue it is the last gasp of an angry man.

But Collier lays out times and dates.

Collier, who was placed on medical leave by the governor last month, said he saw and heard evidence of the relationship in 2014 and approached the governor – who he considered a friend and father figure. He said the governor confirmed the relationship, but vowed to end it quickly.

As I see it, the only difference between what Clinton and Bentley did, is that Clinton’s e-mails are a national security concern… Other than that, these issues are based on the same foundation, an attempt to deceive.

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